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caught. we will tell you where he was found and we will have an update on the search for the inmate still at large. leaving his business empire behind. the major announcement by president-elect donald trump this morning as he continues his search for future members of his cabinet. mornings on 2 continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> wednesday morning. the last day of november. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. do you think it is cold this morning. >> i always think it's cold. >> pay attention to steve paulson. next week. >> i know. >> it looks like it. >> oh. >> light rain out there this morning. gasia is also doing this. >> i'm always doing that. >> we have light shower activity. just light. light rain in the forecast. a mix of sun and clouds. there you go for those listening and not watching. we have breaks in the cloud for a nice sunrise as engineer
kevin bander zooms out. kevin has his feet off the desk and is working this morning. way to go, way to go. thank you. all right. just started raining in pleasant hill and it is cold. great day to be on a motorcycle. that is mark from the pleasant hill police department. now it's gone. heading -- i'm past clayton and mount diablo heading event. there's a little bit of shower activity to the north. contra costa county out to stockton and the big valley out there. not a lot. we have had some in napa, sonoma, a little bit up north as well. there's not a lot left here. i don't think there's too much. we had around blackhawk as well. it is heading over to the pass. it is trying to work its way to san jose. but it looks like it is completely falling apart.
40s on the temperatures. a few 30s. gilroy is in there. soquel at 39. this system will give us a mix of sun and clouds. more sun in the afternoon. 50s on the temperatures. 59 in the city. 59 in antioch. >> steve, do you suppose that officer clark or any of the motorcycle officers who watch this show, i know they do, do they prefer the harleys, bmws or old kawasakis. >> that is a good question. if we mention their name, the other officers have to buy him coffee. >> east shore freeway. let's go. east shore freeway is going to be busy this morning. 46 minutes as you drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. it is very crowded to the bay bridge toll plaza. it's nice and clear though. you can see it in all of my
pictures. you can see everywhere visibility is not a problem. a lot of people are on the road. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza shot if we have it. there it is. backed up to the maze. 25 to 30 minute delay on to the bridge. we see more slow traffic in the south bay and all of the freeways here. 280, 101. just a lot of that slow traffic is stuck there. it will make its way into sunnyvale and cupertino. it will shift if you will into the west valley. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. one of the two inmates who had been at large for six days after escaping from the san jose jail has been caught. janine de la vega joins us live from the jail with the story. >> reporter: campbell is back behind bars at san jose's main jail. authorities have a lot of questions for him. they are especially going to want to know if he has any information about the other inmate who escaped with him,
who is still at large. the mercury news reports that campbell was caught near antioch sometime yesterday. sheriff's officials have not released any information how he was caught and if anyone was helped him. he escaped from the main jail the night before thanksgiving with another inmate. they cut through steel bars and broke a window and lowered themselves with bed sheets. a woman spotted the police activity last night but authorities have not confirmed where campbell was taken into custody. >> i was on my balcony. i was hanging out with my friend. we saw all of the lights down there. so we walked down there to see what was going on. we didn't really go super close because after you see the people out there, you need to stay away. >> reporter: authorities are trying to track down 33-year- old chavez. they thought he was hiding
inside an rv that was parked in east san jose yesterday but no one was inside. sheriff's deputies did arrest a woman for helping chavez escape. 35-year-old emily vaca of san jose allegedly drove him around santa clara county and located at a gilroy motel after tips came in that chavez was seen there. we will learn more about the manhunt and details about the capture at a news conference that will be held late they are morning at sheriff's headquarters. back to you in the studio. >> it sounds like we will have by noon. the time is 7:05. an investigation is underway in san francisco after a worker was tragically killed at the cirque du soleil show. alex savidge is in san francisco now with the details. what do you know? >> reporter: well, dave, good morning to you. the man who died was a technician who was struck by a lift. and he was taken to the hospital but ultimately he died
from those injuries. it happened during rehearsal just before last night's show was set to get started here in san francisco. that show was in fact canceled. about 6:45 last night, police and firefighters responded to the cirque du soleil tent at at&t park. the worker was rushed to the hospital but did not survive. cirque du soleil put out the following statement. now, the worker who died last night has not been identified by authorities. but san francisco police and cal osha will both be investigating the exact circumstances of this deadly workplace accident. we should also point out here that all of the people who were planning to attend last night's show which was canceled just a few minutes before it was supposed to get started, all of them, dave, will be issued
refunds. send it back to you. >> alex savidge in san francisco, thank you. the time is 7:07. police in napa investigating a report of an assault last saturday involving the napa high school football team. according to the register, some of the players held down their teammates and beat them. the napa valley unified school district is also investigating. a spokesperson for the school district told the paper no one has been punished yet because the investigation is still going on. new this morning, donald trump says he is leaving his business empire to focus on being president. the president-elect tweeted that he is not required to separate himself from his business operation but he believes it visually important as president to in no way have a conflict of interest with my various businesses. mr. trump will hold a news conference in new york city december 15th to discuss this move. last night the president-elect had dinner with mitt romney. this is the second time romney has met with mr. trump amid
speculation he is being considered for secretary of state despite opposition from some trump supporters. after the dipper, romney said the conversation was enlightening and interesting and engaging. during the campaign, romney had partially criticized donald trump as being a phony and fraud. in the meantime house democrats in washington have to decide today if they will reelect nancy pelosi as their leader. tim ryan is challenging pelosi for that top spot. he says given the disappointing results for democrats in the recent election, it's time for a change. nancy pelosi is considered to keep her leadership position. she has more than two thirds of the votes locked up. president obama responding to speculation that michelle obama will one day run for president. in an interview, president obama said his wife will never run for president. there have been growing calls for her to run on social media.
he called his wife one of the most talented people he knows. i joke that she is too sensible to want to be in politics. the president says he and his wife will continue to be active on the grass roots level when they leave the white house. our time is 7:09. a man with a fake gun caused a real scare last night at a san francisco movie theater. >> it went to calm to all of a sudden i thought i was going to die. >> coming up at 7:30, the quick actions by the police to evacuate the building and contain that suspect. a legal batter over environmental and traffic issues. the ruling about a proposed warriors arena in san francisco. by now we see traffic that is busy trying to get into the bay bridge corridor here. it is very crowded in berkeley as you head down to the macarthur maze.
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 7:12. soccer fans in brazil gathered to remember the soccer player who's died in the plane crash in columbia. people wearing the team's green jerseys cried at the team's headquarters. the team bordered a chartered jet headed for a championship. a video taken earlier in the flight showed them smiling and laughing as they headed to the first of the matches. the death toll from the crash has been lowered to 71. officials say there were four fewer people on the flight than first thought. six people did survive the plane crash. three players, two crew members, and one journalist. the plane's black boxes have been recovered. they appear to be in good condition. that will help investigators figure out what caused that deadly crash. well, san jose's pro soccer team, the earthquakers are
offering twitter to offer condolences. sending our love to the entire soccer team family and all affected by this tragic accident. the golden state warriors are celebrating a victory over a new arena in mission bay san francisco neighborhood. a group called the mission bay alliance had gone to court to fight it. they said it would create traffic problems. but the appeals court ruled that the arena would not interfere with hospital access. the city plans to increase municipally and in the area. the new arena is set to open in 2019. the mission bay alliance will consider an appeal to the court supreme court. the warriors have won 12 straight games. off the court, they're sending the holiday season giving back. mcghee surprised five winners of the glad to give week yesterday in alameda. he took them on a shopping spree in target. this is part of the warriors
season of giving. the players and coaches will take part in at least one event through the end of december to help out bay area youth and families. as the holiday season gets going, many people are taking part in one of city's biggest traditions. setting up christmas trees. do you go real or fake and why? >> i'm a real guy. >> okay. >> let us know what you think. post a comment on our ktvu facebook page and tweet us with the hashtag #ktvu. >> you're old school. sal castaneda, do you want to wait until the people weigh in. >> it is real and spectacular. >> there you go. >> although i understand -- >> there is an asterisk. >> yes. i understand why if you want to have your christmas tree up for a long period of time. let's say you put it up after thanksgiving. >> right. >> you can have it all the way up to january 15th. >> yeah.
>> the real one won't last that long. i get that. >> yeah. >> let's go ahead and take a look at the commute now. traffic is going to be busy. by the way, one more factoid, did you know that commercial business are forbidden from having real trees inside malls because they're a fire hazard. westbound 24 through lafayette is slow. you can see slow traffic on the other side of the tunnel as you make your way down to the 580 interchange. a lot of people are going here. this is a 25 to 30-minute delay. no problems on the upper deck of the bridge. but you will see slow traffic. i want to dive into the south bay. we had an accident northbound 101 near tulley. 280 and 101 are also slow. 85 is stop and go solid from 87 up to saar towing a we're not getting a break here. we're looking at slow east bay traffic. a cluster of minor accidents here.
southbound 880 is slow from hayward to fremont. now 7:15, let's go to steve. >> you're a wealth of knowledge, my friend. >> thank you. >> we have light rain in there but also -- [rooster] >> our rooster doesn't sound too good. is that a chicken? all right. sunrise over the big city. very light rain this morning. it looks like most of it is gone. had some around concord, martinez, walnut creek. there it goes. it is out of the picture. up inform fort bragg, parts of lake county. napa as well. a little bit out to the east bay. after that, i didn't get too many reports. peninsula or south bay. it looks like highway 29, napa up to st. helena and calistoga and a little bit out to the valley. but it looks like the system is falling apart. so it gets a little -- it is a little deceiving there. tried to make it to parts of the peninsula and the south bay but that's it. a lot of cloud cover in the
mix. temperatures have been coming up for the last couple of hours due to the cloud cover. a little bit of a southerly breeze. now it's all 40s here. napa, 43. novato in the 40s. windsor 45. hillsberg at 42. 43 arcadia. same for sacramento. isolated snow showers up in the mountains. could be some big-time snow up there as we head into december. there are many signs of it on the extended outlooks. around the 6th and 7th and again around the 11th. could be very cold. brutally cold air has been bottled up and finally made it into alaska for the first time in a long time. some of that is getting ready to pack its bags and head into the northwest and maybe for us. but not until early next week. we get rid of this system and we will have nice weather thursday, friday and saturday. and then changes on sunday.
50s on the temps. kind of a cool day. close to highs for this time. close. clear it out by later this afternoon, tonight. tomorrow looks good. then all right on friday, saturday. sunday will start off all right. but then it's going to start get colder and cloudy sunday night and monday. >> not much rain in the forecast. >> well, it depends on which forecast model is going to be right. >> okay. >> this could be a good snow producer though. >> right. >> big time for the sierra. >> good. great. very good. >> yes. with very low snow levels. >> good and cold. >> technically you're cold. cold doesn't mean much rain. >> we have developing news in the southeast part of the u.s. where severe storms have killed five peoplement look at these pictures. two people were killed overnight in tennessee. and a tornado in northeastern alabama killed three people at a mobile home park and left a one and a half mile path of destruction. in a nearby town, another tornado destroyed a day care
center and critically injured four children. the severe weather stretches from louisiana to georgia. the national weather service counted six confirmed tornadoes touching down in mississippi. hail the size of ping-pong balls fell through the region as well. some long-time residents say the storm overnight was more threatening than ones they have had in the past. >> i really didn't know what to think. i was low crawling and i got to the back door and raised it up to see what was going on. >> he was low crawling. now, from noon time yesterday, the national weather service issued 64 watches or warnings. customers being told to pay what you feel. the unusual business model at one new mexico restaurant. one that the owner hopes will catch on. chained, beaten and thrown on the side of the road. new details coming out about the kidnapping and release of the mother from redding.
>> time is 7:22. the husband of a redding woman who went missing more three weeks is speak ugh out about his wife's disappearance and ordeal. she was found on the side of the road thanksgiving morning with bruises, a broken nose and weighing only 87 pounds. she had been thrown from a car with a chain around her waist and a bag over her head. her hair had been cut and she had been branded. some people have questioned
whether or not her abduction was a hoax to raise money on gofundme. keith strongly denies that. he says, quote, i understand people want the story, pictures, proof this was not some sort of hoax, plan to get money or fabricated race war. i do not see a purpose in addressing each lie. the time is 7:23. a 7-hour standoff with police ended peacefully with a suspect in custody and no one hurt. police were called by a woman who said her ex-boyfriend had been holding her cab tiffin side of a house for two days. finish >> she said she was being held. that the person had a weapon. when we arrived, she met us. we started getting information but she was being uncooperative. >> because the victim says her ex-boyfriend had a weapon, police evacuated some neighbors and told others to shelter in place. now, the woman got out of the house. she was taken to a hospital. the suspect who you see here
surrendered and faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping. prosecutors cleared a san shows police sniper. the suspect, 45-year-old suspect, took the hostage in 2015 and killed her. he started firing at police. the d.a. says that he had a loaded weapon in each hand and that police snipers acted lawfully when they shot him. the two had been romantically involved. the debate over the dakota access pipeline continues. coming up, the group standing in solidarity with demonstrators and a rally that is scheduled to begin in san francisco one half hour from now. plus -- >> scary moments at a popular san francisco movie theater. evacuated because of a report of a person with a gun. why the person could face charges even though the gun was fake. good morning. we are looking at a commute
♪[music] >> i know there are some hearty souls out there, dave, who like to take a dip in the ocean or bay waters first thing in the morning. >> it is cold. >> we are not among them. >> no, we're not. >> cold water this morning thanks to justin bieber. it is awfully pretty picture here. thank you for joining us this wednesday, november 30th. the final day of november. it's been an awfully dry month, especially the first couple of weeks. >> look at that bay. >> i'm so thankful we get to live here. >> it is cold. i just ducked outside. it is gray like that and cold. steve paulson told you that. steve is here with your forecast getting you going on a wednesday morning. steve. >> could be colder next week, guys. >> i know. >> just giving you a heads-up. a weak system has given us light rain. it doesn't stick around long. but there is some there up in the north bay. let's zoom in on that. rain from st. helena.
over to napa, sonoma, shellville had rain. wrapping back, highway 12, highway 161, 37 over to american canyon and novato and also into marin county, mount tam. not a lot but a little bit there. highway 4, antioch, brentwood. concord had rain. pleasant hill. not a lot. after that, not much making it south. a little out to the valley. a couple of 30s are left but a lot more 40s. that cold air was there and the cloud cover came in. it is rather brisk here this morning. it will stay there. there will be some sun breaks under mostly cloudy skies. that's what we're dealing with today. tomorrow looks good and so does friday and saturday after that. it's going to be a big change here. i will have more on that in ten minutes. 50s for everybody else. sal, what is on your screens at 7:29. >> slow traffic all over the place, steve, as you might expect. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we will start there.
and you will see the traffic is backed up. it is backed up beyond the macarthur maze. so if you're trying to time it out, 25 to 30-minute delay before you make it on to the bridge. i've already highlighted the 880 freeway here because it is pretty slow on 880 southbound. as you can see, we go to the maps here. 880 is going to be slow from about hayward down to fremont. not a -- not a huge commute. as you get past stevenson. after that, it looks better. san mateo and dunbarton bridge looking okay. let's look at 280 in san jose. slow getting up to highway 17. it is 7:30. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. police in san francisco say a man who had a fake gun caused a real scare last night at a crowded movie theater. ktvu's allie rasmus is at the theater. so what happened out there? i know people were panicked and rushing to the exits. >> reporter: yes. and police did bring the s.w.a.t. team in. the theater was evacuated as a
precaution. and police say any time that you have a situation like this where there's a report of a person with a gun, they have to treat it as though it is possibly a worst case scenario. luckily in this case the gun was fake and no one was hurt. even so, the guy waving it around could face felony charges. it happened just before 8:00 last night. the man involved is apparently speaking cloudily in some of the front rows of the theater. allied was beginning with brad pitt. when other movie goers complained and a security guard and manager came in, the man got confrontation, got annoyed and pulled out what looked like a real firearm. >> we were trying to watch a movie and there was this commotion and somebody was like somebody has a gun so we started running out. >> so the charges are still under investigation right now. so our investigators when they talk to all of the witnesses and if there's any victims here, we will determine what the charges will be. he could be possibly facing
felony charges though. >> reporter: now, the man was taken into police custody without any further problems last night. one of our morning producers happened to be in the metrodome during this ordeal and showed photos of people crowding the lobby as the theater was evacuated. as for any possible criminal charges for the man with the gun, police told us last night that it may come down to whether the man was bran dishing the weapon, waving it around or if he actually pointed it at someone and made a threat. back to you guys. >> all right. allie rasmus, san francisco, thank you. the time is 7:32. word of more victims in a widening food poisoning case in contra costa county. initially it was three who had died from food they ate last week. now investigators say 17 suffered symptoms. officials are investigating whether they became ill by eating a contaminated thanksgiving dinner at the american legion hall or meals
served at the assisted living facility. >> she was vomiting and had diarrhea real bad and couldn't keep anything down, not even water. >> now, autopsies were performed yesterday on the three people who died. since all 17 victims ate the thanksgiving meal, health officials say the meal appears to be the more probable source of the contamination. the dinner is held every year by the golden hills church who is cooperating with county health officials. we're hearing reports of a comcast outage in the bay area. we will show you from the website down detector. red is where people are reporting outages. outages reported all over the bay area. according to the website, most of the problems are related to internet service. some are reporting issues with tv and phone service as well. we reached out to comcast for an update but they have not gotten back to us. we will bring you an update when we get it. at least three people have
died now in those wildfires in tennessee. the first fire started monday in gatlinburg near the great smokey mountains national park. flames sparked other fires and forced thousands to evacuate. more than 150 homes and businesses were destroyed, including the home of the city's mayor. the fire has caught many people by surprise because it spread so fast. >> when you've got wind up to 87 miles per hour pushing fire, i mean, people were basically running for their lives. >> it's a little numbing to be honest with you to see the extent of the damage. >> firefighters say the wildfires have died down some but they're worried that the winds could cause flames to flare back up. today san francisco -- go ahead. >> san francisco will be one of the cities nationwide where protesters will rally against financial institutions accused of funding the dakota access
pipeline. it will be at justin herman plaza. it includes what organizers are calling a teach-in and a prayer walk to several nearby banks. there are protests planned around the country through friday. both sides in the battle refuse to back down. north dakota authorities are now blocking supplies from being delivered to the demonstrators after the governor issued a mandatory evacuation order on monday. but the protesters say they will stay put. 2,000 military veterans plan to head there next week. they will act as human shields to protect the demonstrators. now, that project involves building a pipeline under a lake near the standing rock sioux reservation. it threatens sacred sites and water supply. david wade mcculla hopes his customers will support the plan. there are no prices on the menu
at what is called the karma calf a. it says pay what you feel. he says that could mean someone pays a dollar while someone else pays $10 and they receive the same thing. people who pay morneau they are helping someone else in need. he says nearly everybody pays something. >> most people are fair and honest and want to contribute. even if people are, say, homeless or struggling, they still want to contribute or pay what they can. >> it is the concept of taking care of each other. >> now, the idea isn't completely new. it started six years ago in colorado. panara bread has bakeries that operate on the same principle. a fugitive in san jose is back in jail. in 20 minutes, the new information we're expected to find out about the capture of an escaped inmate as the search goes on for the other inmate still on the loose. weeks after the election, some races in santa clara county are still too close to
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castro's ashes to his final resting place in santiago. the ashes of the 90-year-old communist leader will travel for four days and trace in reverse the victory tour that the rebels took after overthrowing the previously jeep in 1959. the funeral is sunday. president obama will not attend the service and the u.s. will not send an official delegation but danny glover has been invited to the service. there are still ballots being counted after automatic recounts were triggered in races too close to call. they are verifying counts from voting machines and recounting by hand. ten races which vary from school board members to city council seats have a margin of victory within a half of one percent. some of the candidates are right there looking on as the counting goes on.
>> the historic election for us. the highest registration in county history, the longest ballot in county history. we have had races where we have done recount. now we have ten recounts at the same time. anywhere from five votes separating the winning and losing candidates up to a couple hundred. >> and by state law, the registrar's office has to certify the election results by december 9th. even the raiders are not officially on board with the plan oakland city leaders are moving forward with a new stadium in oakland. they met behind closed doors yesterday by a proposal to build the stadium on the coliseum property. the chronicle reports it includes $600 million from an investment group. oakland and alameda county would contribute $200 million by improving inindustry structure. but the raiders are focused on building a new stadium in las vegas. the city council will vote in another closed section next
week. the time is 7:41. we're two months away from super bowl 51 in houston believe it or not. and crews are getting ready to build a three tiered traveling nightclub. performers like taylor swift and bruin amars are some of the acts that will perform there leading up to the super bowl. some tickets will available to the public others are just for vips. >> they get to attend thursday and friday night. if they are so lucky, they might be able to attend saturday night, a special thing they're doing around super saturday night. >> on february 5th, i'm going to take it down and moving it to my next city. >> super bowl 51 is sunday, february 5th. you will see it right here with us on ktvu fox 2. i think the best seat in the house is on the couch. >> for sure. >> let's run over to sal castaneda. a lot of people on the roads today but not a lot of major traffic jams. >> yeah. there -- well, not a lot of major incidents, which is good. but there are a lot of people
on the road and a lot of slow traffic. let's look at the east shore freeway. the east shore, 50 minutes. this is not a great commute. i don't want to lie to you. we have seen worse. last week or -- yeah, last week, 68 minutes, 70 minutes. today it is a little better. i mean the week before. not thanksgiving week. 68 to 70 minutes can be average here. 50 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the mac maze. when there is little traffic, it takes 20 minutes. get to the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see the traffic is backed up for 25-minute delay all on its own. you will be waiting from the time you get to the macarthur maze and getting on to the bridge. i want to mention the traffic on nimitz freeway is slow from hayward to fremont. and then we go to the south bay where all of the freeways are slow. we had a couple of earlier crashes. not a lot of traffic shifting to the west val i you won't see anything unusual. just a grind getting into that west part of the valley.
at 7:43, hello, steve. >> hello, sal. >> it is going to not rain here in oakland, san francisco, san jose. right? or is it? >> there's a little bit. >> oh, okay. >> but not thursday into saturday. >> okay. >> there's a little this morning. not much. we had some that started up in mendocino county and fort bragg. there are breaks now. continuing in napa county and marin county. you see the line there. not a lot. it doesn't last long. there's enough. most of it hasn't even been measurable. but st. helena, highway 29, it just moved through there. shellville had a little rain. it was early this morning. vacaville, american canyon. probably not hidden brook. probably not. back over to marin county where it is kind of holding court, if you will. san rafael, fairfax, maybe back over to marry beach, and also tiburon. but it is very, very light. the line stretches from marin county back over to parts of
the east bay. heading over to stockton and tracy. and there's a line off of the coast here that might flirt, if you will, with san francisco. some heading over to oakland and berkeley as well. south, southeast. so there is a breeze kicking in with the front. 40s and 50s. some 30s holding on. a bunch of 30s from woodside, menlo park, stanford, even out to the palo alto airport. now they're all in the 40s. 43. that is amazing here. wood sid, menlo park, stanford, palo alto have been around 41. then 43. pacifica a warm 51. 18 up in truckee. sacramento has been stuck there. speaking of the mountains, light snow showers. no big deal. they are getting some. and we will get mostly cloudy skies in the morning. more sun breaks in the afternoon. thursday, friday, saturday, probably most of sunday looks good. if you haven't heard, the coldest air in over a year has
finally made it up into alaska. some of that is poised to make its way into the pacific northwest and the west next week. it will start late sunday and monday and tuesday. for those who work outside or you need to know, there are hints all the way up to december 11th and 12th of a very cold and active pattern here. we will see if it holds. if it does, the sierra will be measuring snow in feet. until we get there, we have 50s on the temperatures today, dave. and clearing out thursday, friday, saturday. sunday morning is fine. sunday night, things change. >> all right. we have been warned. >> there you go. >> thank you, steve. >> you're welcome. california's land commission may decide next week if it will keep fighting for public access to a san mateo beach. the land is martin's beach. near half moon bay. it's been open to the public since the 1930s. the beach belongs to the public. but people have to cross land that is owned by venture
capitalist cosla to get there. he bought the land two years ago and locked the land. the state has been trying to buy a public right-of-way but the two sides have not agreed an agreement on the price. they may vote to pursue eminent domain which would force him to sell the land to the state. in tennessee, 20 workers at a metal manufacturing plant are splitting a $420 million lottery jackpot. lucky them. this group always buys $120 in lottery tickets every wednesday and saturday to support education and support the state of tennessee. the woman who bought the tickets for the group says she didn't think they had a chance of winning so she didn't even check the numbers until the morning after they were picked. >> my son started texting. i know mama bought that ticket. wake her up. they were shaking me. i run and grabbed my tickets.
the third ticket, there it was. >> man. a few of the workers say they will retire. others will keep working at the plant. the time is 7:48. a big part of the silicon valley population and workforce but the window for the opportunities is very small. in 20 minutes, the new information released about the obstacle facing immigrant youth in the south bay. help dealing with the stress for cramming for exams. how college students are getting four legged help to get through the pressures of finals week.
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. police in oakland arrested three teenage robbery suspects after a chase that ended with this crash. police spotted a stolen car yesterday, tried to pull over the driver, but the driver wouldn't stop. the driver ended up crashing into two other cars at 54th. one of the cars involved actually went through that fence. the three suspects got out, they ran, but they were quickly arrested. the teenagers are between 14 and 16 years old. they're suspected of robberies in oakland and maybe other cities as well. federal regulators want to make it easier to report safety problems with your car. they're talking about adding mandatory labels to all new cars telling drivers how to file safety complaints. the national highway traffic administration uses consumer
complaints to investigate safety problems and also issue recalls. however, money to pay for the investigations may be a problem. last year, the agency didn't have enough people to investigate complaints. and there is still no new funding. well, there is good news and bad news for the bay area maker of action cameras. pam cook is back in the studio with details in this morning's money business. >> yeah. we are talking about go pro. the good news, go pro based in san mateo county announced camera sales over the black friday weekend were up 35% from last year. the bad news, the company is cutting jobs. now go pro plans to cut 15% of its employees which is more than 200 full-time jobs at the company. it also plans to close its entertainment division and consolidate offices. president tony bates will be leaving the company at the end of the year. this is all part of an attempt to lower costs. go pro's stock headed higher as
the opening bell rang this morning. since investors typically like when companies cut costs. it is trading at $10.24 a share, up 4%. checking in the markets in general. here is a live look at the dow jones. it is up .34%. 65 points to 19,187. the s&p 500 also up a bit. nasdaq after one day of gains is taking a hit again today. it is down 19 points or .35%. down just about as much as the dow is up. u.s. companies added 216,000 jobs this month. that's according to payroll processor adp. the report on private sector jobs was much stronger than economists forecast. it boosts the chance that the federal reserve will increase interest rates in december. the government releases the overall monthly jobs report for november on friday. there are signs that the bay area's housing boom may be slowing down. a report from the california
association of realtors shows pending sales across the bay area were down in october a year over year basis. the number of properties receiving multiple offers is down across the state. home prices are so high, demand is starting to drop. a government accountability report out says taxpayers will be on the hook for billions of unpaid college loans. the white how's propose today help by paying payments to future earnings. the plans were more popular with enrollment, tripling in the last three years. $137billion will not be repaid with more than $100 billion forgiven all together. this is an ongoing problem. college debt. >> yeah. >> as we have been reporting, more colleges are talking about increasing tuition and more kids are going into debt and needing to forgive the loans. that will be probably discussed
in the next -- hopefully this next new administration. >> thank you, pam. in the meantime, a university on the east coast is trying to lure college-bound students away from california next fall. the university of maine is offering students the same in- state tuition rates they would pay at uc schools. about $13,000. that's less than half of what main typically charges out of state students. the university is making the offer because the number of high school graduates in maine has been going down. well, college students in southern california cramming hard for exams are getting some four-legged help to relax from all of the stress that often goes with finals week. take a look at the friendly dogs. they're not usually what you would find during finals week. santa barbara city college are using the dogs to help students relax. the dogs and their humans are part of arf. for two hours ago, they greeted
students out of library. >> squeals of laughter and smiles. they are excited to be here. some of the students will sit down and meet with the dogs for five minutes in between classes. >> we are all stressing out. and i think petting these dogs, you know, just helps us forget about what is going on around us. >> and school officials say they plan to bring the dogs back again before the final exams start next week. well, some people near sacramento were shocked to see cows walking around in their neighborhood. 11 cows escaped yesterday morning from a trailer and roamed around some neighbors in north highlands. they eventually split up into two herds. six of the cows went to this apartment complex and huddled behind the air-conditioning units for a couple of hours. the five more cows went to a nearby rv park. the owner of the cows says they were on their way to central california on the way to oregon
in a trailer. the driver stopped to take a nap. when he was sleeping, someone opened the latch on the trailer. animal control got all of the cows back on to the trailer and no one was hurt. time to check in with mike and gasia. >> thank you, dave. another protest about to get underway on the streets of san francisco in solidarity with demonstrators in north dakota. live from the scene of the latest pipeline protest. is he in or is he out? donald trump meets again with one of his biggest campaign critics as the president-elect works to fill his cabinet, how mitt romney described the meeting in his own words. it is still a rough one out there, especially in the east bay where you see a lot of slow traffic. like here on highway 24 heading west. yesterday was nice. but we start off cloudy to mostly cloudy this morning. some light rain in there as well. we will see what is in store for the next few days.
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>> nearly a week on the run, now back in jail. the new information we're finding out about the capture of an escaped inmate from the south bay as the search for his fellow fugitive continues. >> tragedy under the big top. a worker killed while preparing for the latest cirque du soleil show in san francisco. how the company is reacting this morning. this it mornings on 2. >> protesters about to hold a rally in the streets of san francisco with solidarity with ongoing protests in north dakota. here are live pictures from justin herman plaza right there across from the ferry building. coming up in two minutes, what people here are hoping to
achieve this morning with this latest action. and with that, good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is wednesday, november 30th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's talk about weather and traffic to help you get out the door. steve, there's a lot of cloud cover and gray behind us at the oakland estuary. >> yes. weak little system coming in. it gave us mostly cloudy skies. light rain. not a lot. a little from mendocino county and the east bay and a little moving into the city. some breaks to the north. chloe up in clearlake says cloudy and forecast. 44 and calm in clearlake. a cloudy 54 today. you will get breaks in that. policemen eof cloud cover. tahoe bound, steve. overcast and fair as far as the eye can see. there's a lot of cloud cover a little bit of rain in solano county and napa. it looks like that's about done. and points north. i think you're on the drier
side of that. some over san pablo bay coming out of marin county. over to san rafael and back into marin county towards tiburon. i doubt this is doing much. but it might stretch from san francisco over back to parts of the east bay. a little bit of rain. 40s on the temps. they were colder. cloudy to mostly cloudy in the morning. 50s on the temperatures today. >> 802. >> it was just 4:01. >> time flies. >> yes,. >> good morning to you at home. let's look at the bay bridge toll plaza at 8:02. you can see it is backed up for about a 15 to 20-minute delay before you make it on to the span. that does not count the time it will take to you get there. on 80, it will take you a while on 580 and 880. let's look at 880. quite a bit of traffic from the coliseum trying to get to
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>> happening now, people are gathering at justin herman plaza in san francisco protesting construction of the controversial north dakota pipeline. alex savidge is live in city where the protest just got underway. >> reporter: just over a hundred people are here to show their solidarity with members of the tribe trying to stop construction of that controversial oil pipeline in north dakota. concerns about how it would impact the water supply, the tribe's water supply there. participants right now are doing a prayer for the water. and we want to give a little more about what the prayer and protest is about from isabella. you organized this demonstration. you're doing a prayer for the water. what exactly does that mean? >> so water has memory. we all need water. humans, plants and animals and
all mother earth needs water. what is happening out in standing rock is a lot of the water protectors, not protesters. we are protecting the water so our future generations can live off of water. we can't drink oil. so we prayed to the water and we asked for forgiveness from it and pray for it that because it has memory. so we put all of our prayers to that. >> and this is just the beginning of this demonstration. the next step in all of this is that you're going to be walking and this group is going to be walking to some of the financial institutions, the banks close by in downtown san francisco and people will be walking in and pulling their money out of those banks. >> yes. >> which you say are helping to fund or would help to fund the dakota access pipeline. >> yes. >> what impact do you think it will have. >> people who have wells fargo and citibank and bank of america, chase, us bank and i think there's one more. but if you have those banks,
please divest from those -- from those big bank corporations. those are all funded within the dakota access pipeline or funded around the oil which they're trying to connect to as well. so this whole month, starting today, this is the big action that starts a three-day action. we're asking people to divest from the banks. they're also invested with the pipeline if they have accounts. we're asking them to take their money out. >> you said people here locally can show their support for people in standing rock. >> yeah. and if people can't make it to standing rock, that's okay. join big actions like this and be part of the solidarity. >> reporter: thank you so much. i appreciate it. after this prayer is finished here, this group, again, of 100 people will begin marching up market street, correct? >> yes. >> reporter: up market street initially and make their way to a couple of banks in the area. there could be road closures
and streets blocked as the march beginning just in a few minutes. we will keep you updated in everything going on in downtown san francisco. >> we have seen protesters take to the street in a large protest. >> yeah. we did. we had a very large demonstration i believe a couple weeks ago. and this group here, again, it is looking like about 100 or so people. but it is growing. you know, as we have even been on the air, the number of people who are walking up and taking part, it is growing. and we do understand that more people may join as they begin to walk to those nearby banks. we will have to see how large this demonstration will get when it is all said and done. >> thank you, alex. it looks bike both sides are refusing to back down. supplies are being blocked from demonstrations. protesters say they will stay put. 2,000 military veterans are planning to head there next week to act as human shields to
protect the demonstrators. it involves building a pipeline beneath the lake near the reservation. protesters says it threatens water resources and native sites. a news connerrence will be held where we will learn more about the capture of an escapey. >> reporter: yes. in an hour and a half, we're supposed to hear from the undersheriff. we know that campbell was found hiding in the east bay. he is here back in san jose, booked here at the main jail. he is being held without bail. la ron campbell was captured in antioch. sheriff's officials have not released information on what led them there. a woman who saw all of the police activity last night at an apartment complex described the scene.
>> it was scary because you don't really expect that kind of stuff to happen. when you're just sitting outside and you see a whole bunch of cop cars and officers in full gear, it is nerve racking. >> reporter: campbell escaped the main jail in san jose the night before thanksgiving along with chavez. authorities say they cut through steel window bars in an old section of the jail and used bed sheets as rope to lower themselves down from a second story building. the manhunt for chavez continues this morning. sheriff's deputies thought he was hiding in an rv in east san jose. but no one was found inside. a woman was arrested for allegedly helping chavez escape. emily vaca was caught at a hotel in gilroy after tips came in that chavez had been spotted there. as we mentioned before, the sheriff's office will be holding a news conference at 9:30 at sheriff's headquarters. so we will bring that to you when it is happening and we will learn a lot more about
exactly the details of his capture. back to you. >> looking forward to it. technician for the cirque du soleil show lucia has died after being hit by a lift last night in san francisco. just minutes before the show was scheduled to start. the show was canceled. right now it is not clear how exactly the accident happened. cirque du soleil released a statement that says in part it is with immense sadness we report a fatal accident that occurred on november 29th during the preset of the show lucia in san francisco. we are currently gathering more information about this tragic accident and will update you with more details as soon as we are in a position to do so. now to developing news in the southeastern u.s. where severe storms killed five people overnight. two people were killed in tennessee while a tornado in alabama killed three people at a mobile home and left a one and a half mile path of destruction. in a nearby town, another
tornado destroyed a day care center and critically injured four children. the severe weather stretches from louisiana to georgia. the national weather service counted six confirmed tornadoes that touched down in mississippi alone. hail the size of ping-pong balls fell throughout the region. from noon time the national weather service issued 64 watches or warnings. new this morning, donald trump says he is leaving his business empire to focus on being president. the president-elect tweeted that he is not required to separate himself from his business operation but that he believes it is, quote, visually important as president to in no way have a conflict of interest with my various businesses. mr. trump says he will hold a news conference in new york city on december 15th to discuss this decision. last night, president-elect trump had dinner with his chief of staff, former republican presidential nominee mitt romney. this is the second time that he has met with mr. trump in consideration for secretary of
state despite opposition from some high-level trump supporters. after the dinner, romney said the conversation had been, quote, enlightening and interesting as well as engaging. during the campaign, romney had harshly criticized donald trump as being a phony and a fraud. in the meantime house democrats in washington have to decide today if they will reelect nancy pelosi as their leader. tim ryan is challenging pelosi for the leadership position. given the disappointing results for democrats in the recent election, it is time for change. but pelosi is considered to be reelected. she has more than two-thirds of the votes locked up. pope francis is asking for prayers for the plane crash victims in columbia and their families. other world leaders are offering condolences to the brazilian people. columbiaian authorities have recovered black boxes from the wreckage. officials say 71 people died in that crash and there are six survivors. now, the death toll is lower
than originally announced because not everyone listed on the flight roster was actually on board the airplane. last night brazilian soccer fans gathered to remember the crash victims. they lit candles, prayed and cried together. one day earlier the team boarded the chartered jet heading to the championship. video during the flight showed them smiling and laughing heading to the first of the matches. here at home, san jose's professional soccer team the earthquake is offering condolences. they tweeted, accepting our love to the entire family and to all affected by this tragic accident. new this morning, a ucla study shows the challenges facing young people in the u.s. illegally who are living in silicon valley. the study finds eight in ten undocumented youth are not in school. undocumented youth are concentrated in lower wage blue collar jobs and the food and
retail industries and one in ten young people in silicon county are undocumented. the 80-foot christmas tree at 555 california street in san francisco is now ready for the holidays. >> three, two, one. >> last knew, marked the tenth anniversary of the lighting ceremony. the event benefits all-stars helping kids, bay area's nonprofit that works to end the cycle of childhood poverty. as the holiday season gets going, setting up a christmas tree is one of the biggest tradition. >> when it comes to your christmas tree, do you go real or fake and why? let us know by posting a comment on facebook or tweet us just make sure to use the hashtag #ktvu. responses already coming in on twitter. if you have young kids, the process of going out and picking out a real tree is part
of the whole christmas experience. >> i could have written that myself. also on twitter, fake. i love the smell of a real tree but i de test bugs. >> christina says i was always getting real but now thinking financially fake may be the way to go. keep up the responses. we will read more coming up in our 9:00 hour. i was up at the castro family christmas tree over the weekend and it as was delightful. >> picking the tree and taking a picture with it, it is all ritual. for some. >> good morning. let's take a look at the commute. the bay bridge toll plaza is pretty strong. 25 to 30 minutes. it hasn't changed much. still will be waiting to get into san francisco. we don't have any major problems on the bridge. but it will be busy trying to get into the city. we're also looking at a commute on the san mateo bridge where the traffic is busy all the way across the bridge. not all the way to 101. and in the south bay, these freeways here all the freeways are going to be pretty slow.
northbound 101, southbound 101 out of palo alto is slow and so is northbound 101 driving from palo alto up to redwood city. 8:19. let's bring steve in. >> thank you, sal. >> you're welcome. >> the forecast is gray for many and light rain falling. we have had all morning long. it is picking up again. anthony ramirez says drizzle is starting to fall out in san francisco and castro neighborhood. i've had reports there and others. china town and richmond district, sunset, maybe over to bay view. there's a little bit there over the bay bridge. a lot of this is not doing much over the golden gate to the bay bridge to ti. there's a little bit in the mix towards richmond, berkeley, el cerrito, piedmont, heading up to oakland, oakland hills, alameda. part of a weak system. every system has produced rain. i'm seeing rain on the golden gate bridge. can you take that? is that too much to ask? probably too much to ask. on the golden gate bridge i see
rain. okay. you got it right here. there you go. thank you. i appreciate that, everybody in the control room. there is some of that rain on there. i can tell you're buzz knee there. here is our system. you can see rain out towards san ramon, danville and walnut creek. not much but it is moving something. a teen ebit for the -- tiny bit. partly cloudy in the afternoon. morning rain with us. 50s on the temperatures here. a little below average for many. and we will clear it out tonight. friday, saturday starts off all right. sunday morning and then sunday night, i'm telling you, monday and tuesday, it is coming. >> okay. >> flannel sheets and jammies. >> yes. >> go pro making big time cuts. what the company is doing and
>> claiming his dogs were attacked by the wild animals. marshall is due in court tomorrow. another east bay police department searching for a chief. the interim chief police in kensington has resigned after two weeks on the job. he was chosen as the part-time chief. he planned to leave the department until the community service district could figure out a long-term solution. he thought working part-time would be insufficient to meet the district's challenges. city of oakland is considering a plan for a major new development in the uptown neighborhood. it is called east line. it would include offices, retail space and community art space, filling the block between broadway and telegraph and 21st and 22nd. if approved, developers hope to
start building in 2018. the golden state warriors are celebrating over a victory over a new areign a the state court of appeals upheld the environmental impact report for the project. a group called the mission bay alliance had gone to court to fight it. they say it will cause traffic congestion and other problems at the hospital. the appeals court ruled that the arena would not interfere with hospital access. the city plans to increase muni and cal train service in the area. the new arena is scheduled to open in 2019. the mission bay alliance will consider an appeal to the state supreme court. in aresponse to the ruling, the group tweeted this, research efforts at mission bay define cures for diseases would be negatively impacted by the warriors arena. in a statement the warriors said, quote, this decision clears the path for us to build a new state of the art sports and entertainment convenient
skew bring the warriors back home to san francisco. 8:25. a father describes the pain his son suffered after eating contaminated food in antioch. >> he was vomiting and had diarrhea real bad and couldn't keep anything bad, not even water. >> coming up in ten minutes, traces of a food borne illness that made nearly 20 people sick. >> it is a little numbing to be honest to see the extent of the damage. deadly wildfires forces thousands from their homes in tennessee. why the fires were so tough to control and how the mayor of one city was personally affected. . it's wet out there in some areas of the bay. golden gate bridge -- that is the golden gate bridge behind the rain drops there. southbound 101 traffic is moderate. we will take a look at marin county traffic. and we have a band of light rain moving through. it is also cloudy and cold for some. get used to it. the next couple days look all right but we will talk about
>> just got up and made a beeline for the door. >> movie goers running foretheir lives after a man pulled out what looked like a real gun. we have live pictures from outside the threatner san francisco. all is quiet now at 8:30 in the morning, boy it was a scene last night after the theater itself was evacuated. a lot of chaos, panic as well. we will bring in a reporter to talk about the new details we are learning about the man behind it all. welcome back to mornings on 2 on this final day of november. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm mike mibach. let's go over to steve paulson.
last day of november. >> there's a lit precipitation -- a little precipitation out there but not much. it has been dry for the last february days or -- ten days or so. it will change in december. the gfs was hinting at cold but drier. it is no longer drier. this would be on monday night into tuesday. your upper air pattern. if that is correct, it will be cold and rainy with very low snow levels. we will see if it verifies. still five days away. but i think it is on to something here. light rain drizzle in the sity and stretching over to oakland. some out of marin county as well and the east bay. not a lot. just a little bit. highs today will be in the upper 50s or very low 60s. a mix of mostly cloudy skies and very, very light rain. all right, sal, what do you have for us at 8:30. >> some of that light rain that you talked about, steve, not having a big impact on the golden gate bridge.
but our camera is certainly liking it. you can see the rain drops on it. southbound 101 traffic is moving well. it is a little wet there. we can go to the maps and take a look at the other part of marin here between that vat owe and san rafael. slow trying. always slow though. i think the rain is not going to help really. a lot of the traffic on 80 has moved on. you can see the east bay commute is filling in. we have slow traffic here on 13 and 580 and 680. you can see that traffic is will be busy on 680 down to danville and the other way around. at the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see the traffic is backed up. cloudy weather but the traffic is going to be about the same as it would be really during any type of weather. 8:31. back to the desk. quite a scare at the san francisco theater. a man wave what had looked like a real gun inside a crowded movie theater. that sent movie goers scrambling for the exit. allie rasmus is live in front of the theater where all is quiet. it was quite a scare last
night, allie. >> reporter: right. after it was resolved and police were taking the man into custody, they looked at the gun and they determined it was not real. no one was in any real danger. but police say in these types of situations they have to treat their response as though they're responding to a worst case scenario. even though it was a fake gun, the man waving the gun around could face felony charges. this happened around 8:00 last night here at the theater. police responded to reports of a person with a gun in one of the theaters. the s.w.a.t. team was called in. the theater evacuated as a precaution. witnesses say the man with the gun was apparently speaking loudly in the front rows of the theater as the movie was starting. when other movie goers complained and the security guard came in, the man became confrontation and pulled out what blistered was a fake plastic gun. people at the theater thought it looked like the real thing. >> we were trying to watch the movie and then there was this
commotion and somebody was yelling somebody has got a gun. >> we always have to treat the situations as if they're real. the theater was evacuated and we had him isolated in the theater by himself. so we just created a safe zone, like a safe buffer zone. >> reporter: one of our morning producers happened to be at the theater seeing a show last night when it happened. she shared these photos of people crowding the lobby as the theater was evacuated. no one was hurt and the man was take into custody without any further problems. i checked in with san francisco police and they don't know if he is -- we don't know if he is still in custody this morning. it depended whether he passed a mental health evaluation they were going to do. and police also don't have an update on whether this man could face criminal charges. we're hoping to hear from police. more about that before the noon show today. back to you guys. >> thank you, allie. go pro of san mateo plans to cut 15% of its workforce. that's more than 200 full-time
jobs at the company that produces those action cameras. go pro also announced plans to close its intercontainment -- entertainment division and close offices. the president will also leave at the end of the year. this is an attempt to lower costs. camera sales over the black friday weekend were up 35% from last year. go pro's stock is up 2 and a half percent this morning. and that is the opening bell which started today's trading there on wall street. the dow and s&p have touched record highs so far this morning. the nasdaq in the red down 23 points. the time is 8:34. in the past few minutes we got an update on a developing story from ten. a fourth person has died in wildfires there. dozens more injured. the first fire started monday
near gatlinburg. near the great smokey mountains national park. it sparked other fires and forced thousands to evacuate. more than 150 homes and businesses were destroyed, including the home of the city's mayor. the fire caught many people by surprise because it spread so quickly. >> i walked outside of my door and i looked to the right and the whole mountain was on fire. the police finally showed up. told us they wouldn't give us a ride because we have two small chihuahuas so we had to walk down the middle of gatlinburg on the parkway. >> the firefighters say the wildfires have settled down but they're worried the wind could start it back up. the statement is isis calls the somali born student who drove his car into a crowd and started stabbing students, they are looking into the possibility that it was an act of terrorism. the attacker was not known to
them. a campus police officer shot and killed the suspect within minutes of the attack. trained custodians administrators and other people could help step in and help victims suffering from gun shots and other injuries. supporters of the idea say early treatment could keep more victims alive until medical professionals arrive at the scene. stone ebrook university in new york has started training sessions. they hope it will spread nationwide. san francisco supervisor david campos wants the city to set aside $5 million to protect undocumented immigrants. under the plan the money would be used to hire lawyers to represent people who face deportation. campos is an immigrant himself who was brought to the united states illegally from guatemala at the age of 14. president-elect donald trump has promised to strip federal
funding from all sanctuary cities. for san francisco, that could mean a loss of hundreds of millions of dollars a year. there is word of more victims tied to the food poisoning case in contra costa county. health officials announced that eight people were hospitalized and three died from food they had eaten last week. well, now investigators say the number of people who suffered symptoms was 17. officials have been investigating whether the victims became sick by eating a contaminated thanksgiving dinner antioch or meals served at the assisted living facilities. >> his kidneys were not functioning. he was running a high temperature. >> a father there says fortunately his son is improving and was moved from intensive care to a regular hospital room. health officials say the meal appears to be the more probable source of the contamination. the din certificate held each year by the golden oaks church
which is cooperating with investigators. ballots are being counted after an automatic recount was triggered in race that's are too close to call. the registrar's office says ten races which vary from school board members to city council seats have a margin of victory within a half of one percent. some of the candidates are looking on as the counting is being done. >> the historic election for us. the highest registration in county history, the longest ballot in country history. we have had races where we have done one recount. we now have ten recounts at the same time. anywhere from five votes separating the winning and losing candidates up to a couple hundred. >> by state law the registrar's office must certify results by december 9th. a well known oakland man accused of a horrific crime. >> there's no way to say this is not a heart break.
it is a devastating heart break. in ten minutes, what he told ktvu five years ago that he was worried would happen to him. first big news just into the news room about the contested california national guard bonuses. the new reason that the soldiers will not have to pay that money back to the government. we have a crash in san jose. we're going to talk about it this next time around. we are looking at other commutes like 280 in san jose that is improving. weak system giving us a light rain. it will be a cool pattern. it looks okay the next few days. but hints of a cold pattern early next week.
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>> new this morning, criminal charges will not be filed against a charlotte north carolina police officer who shot a man in september. keith scott was armed and that officer brent vincent action actions were warranted. >> after a thorough review and given the totalility of the evidence in the case, it is my opinion that officer vincent acted lawfully when he shot mr. scott. >> officer vincent who is also black says that scott refuse
today drop his gun sew was forced to shoot him. the shooting touched off several nights of unrest in charlotte. word that house and senate negotiators in washington, d.c. have agreed to forgive the thousands of troops who were paid enlistment bonuses they shouldn't have received. it's in a provision included in a defense spending bill. it it requires the pentagon to forgive the repayment of the bonuses unless there is evidence that shows that service members knew they weren't eligible to receive the money. the vote is expected by friday. a procession is being held right now in cuba to take fidel castro's ashes from havana to the eastern city of santiago. the ashes of the 90-year-old leader were placed in a coffin covered by the cuban flag. it will travel 500 miles in four days and traces in reverse the victory tour castro and his
fellow rebels took after overthrowing the previously jeep in 1959. the funeral will be on sunday. authorities have told us the name of a man shot and killed monday night outside of his home in castro valley. they don't know why he was shot. family and friends gathered at the home of the cesar. he was shot several times monday night and his 9-year-old daughter was in the home at the time. >> it is very, very traumatic. this is what hits home with everybody in the community, no child should have to see their parent gunned down in the middle of the street. i don't know how a 9-year-old begins to recover from something like that. >> deputies say it is possible that someone followed him home. investigators are asking neighbors if they saw anything or have surveillance video that could help in the investigation. federal regulators want to make it easier to report safety problems with your vehicle. they're talking about adding mandatory labels to all new cars with instructions on how to file safety complaints.
the national highway traffic administration uses consumer complaints to investigate safety problems and issue recalls. however money to pay for the investigations may be a problem. last year the agency did not have enough people to investigate complaints and there is still no new funding. 8:45. we will help get you out the door this final day of november. it is a wednesday morning. sal castaneda, it is pretty typical for a wednesday. >> it is. it is pretty slow out there. middle of the week. we have a crash getting to the san jose airport if you're going that way. i want to give you a heads-up. southbound 880 at the alameda, there is a crash. northbound 17 is also slow as you drive out of campbell, trying to get up to the airport. southbound is also ruined here. if you're trying to get somewhere that is not the airport, not this short stretch of freeway, i would advise you to avoid it. 280, 101, go around 880 between 280 and 101. that that stretch will not be good. i advise you to avoid it.
let's take a look at the oakland commute. northbound grinding. passing 238 all the way up to downtown oakland. at the bay bridge toll plaza, still backed up for a 20 to 25- minute delay. we're not seeing a lot of improvement yet. a little bit of rain here and there. >> that's correct. here and there. that's right. some out there but not a lot. almost every observation from ukiah down to watsonville says cloudy. if you get a break, you're one of the few here. it is a cool system and produced light rain. started up at fort bragg now moving south and out to the east bay and parts of south san francisco. carlos says the mist is so thick i think we will call it rain in daly city. that is fine by me. you can watch how it slides right through. it looks like you're done. some holding on south towards pacifica. but, again, it is very light. out to the east bay as well. you can see emryville and
piedmont, oakland, san leandro, hayward getting light rain associated with another band that stretches from half moon bay to san ramon and concord. a couple of reports out to walnut creek and 580 towards the pass a little bit of rain falling. 40s on the temperatures. now 40s and 50s. the system came in. there is a drier side to this to the north. i think we will get sun later on today. 50s on the temperatures. cloudy to mostly cloudy. a couple breaks and a few light showers. that is ending. we will see improving weather late they are afternoon. and tonight we will clear it out. not before a rather cool day here. it looks okay thursday, friday and saturday. and then all signs point to big changes starting sunday and early next week. >> thank you, steve. breaking news to bring to you. house democrats have reelected nancy pelosi as their leader. over the years democrats have lost dozens of seats in the house but the san francisco
congress woman who led the party since 2002 turned back the challenge from tim ryan today. that vote just finishing up there. again, naps epelosi once again the house minority leader for the democrats. a look at the instagram pic of the morning. you see the sunrise from napa. a beautiful picture of a beautiful region in the bay area. we appreciate you sending us your pictures and using the hashtag #ktvu. we will share them on the air.
oakland park, stabbing her and setting her body on fire. ktvu has learned the two women developed a close relationship while working together. sources say that did not sit well with taylor. ramirez volunteered with the sheriff's department in and hope today become a law enforcement officer one day. >> we never thought we had to prepare explorers to go through something like this. never thought we had to. so unfortunately they are getting an experience of what losing a brother or sister is like. >> we also learned that curtis taylor received help from youth uprising in the past that helps at risk young people. ktvu interviewed him back in 2011. he was getting ready for a job interview and didn't want to end up like his friend who was killed a year before. he also volunteered to help with a gun buy back event in oakland two years later. the land commission could decide whether to fight for
public access to a beach. the land in question is martin's beach near half moon bay that had been opened to the public since the 1930s. people have to cross land that is owned by venture capitalist to get there. he locked the gate to the beach when he bought the property two years ago. the two sides have failed to reach an agreement on a price. they could vote to pursue eminent domain which would force him to sell the land to the state. university on the east coast is trying to lure college bound students away from california next fall. the university of maine is offering students the same in state tuition rates they pay at uc schools. it's about $13,000. less than half of maine's standard bill for out of state students. the university says it is making the offer because of the number of high school graduates in maine has been going down. even though the raiders are not officially on board, oakland city leaders are moving forward with plans for a new stadium.
they met about a proposal to build the stadium there on coliseum property. the plan reportedly includes $600 million from an investment group. oakland and alameda county would cop tribute $200 million to improve the infrastructure. >> it's really about the land and the voters and the citizens of oakland. we want to make sure they don't incur any debt. any debt that they have will be paid off. >> in the meantime the raiders are focused on building a new stadium in las vegas but local raiders fans are hoping they will stay in oakland. the city council will vote next week on the plan in another closed session. the chronicle reports that mark davis might eventually be asked to sell part of the team to the investment group. the san jose sharks in first place after beating the arizona coyotes. down by one in the 2nd period.
the puck went between the legs of the goalie. then it went to overtime. 19 seconds in, brent scored on the power play to give the sharks a 2-1 win. they will play the kings in l.a. tonight. 20 workers at a tennessee plant are splitting a $420 million lottery jackpot. they buy tickets every wednesday and saturday to support education and the state. the woman who bought the tickets for the group didn't think they had a chance of winning so she didn't check the numbers until after the drawing. >> my son saw it on tv and started texting. weigh her up. they were shaking me. i run and grabbed my tickets. the third ticket, there it was. >> now, how many times did you check and recheck and triple check the numbers. a few of the workers will retire but most will keep working at the plant. >> you would keep working.
>> oakland police arrested three teenage robbery suspects after a police chase that ended with a crash. police spotted a stolen vehicle yesterday and tried to pull the driver over. but he would not stop. the driver ended up crashing into two other cars on 54th and ataline streets. one of the cars involved went through a fence. the three suspects got out and ran but quickly arrested. they are between 14 and 16 years old and suspected of robberies in oakland as well as possibly other cities. researchers at ucsf made
two big discoveries while studying the zika virus. they discovered that a common antibiotic may prevent the virus from infecting cells. there is no treatment to prevent the zika virus from harming an unborn baby, an infection can lead to serious birth defects. college students in southern california are getting help from four legged help to relax from the stress that comes with finals week. take a look at the friendly dogs. not usually what you would find during finals week. but santa barbara city college is using the dogs to relax students. they are part of a nonprofit organization called all for animals. for two hours yesterday they greeted students outside of the campus library. >> squeals of laughter and smiles. and they are so excited to be here. so some of the students will sit down and meet one of our dogs for five minutes in between classes. >> we're all stressing out. i think this, you know, petting
these dogs, you know, just helps us forget about what is going on around us. >> you bet it does. love companionship, a cuddle, bring it on. they plan to bring the dogs back before final exams begin. i have seen dogs and deer and raccoons roaming my neighborhood. but never really a cow. people near sacramento were very shocked to see cows hanging out by their neighborhood. 11 cows escaped from a trailer yesterday morning and roamed around neighborhoods in north highlands. they eventually split into two herds. six went to an apartment complex and huddled behind the ac units for a few hours. the other five went to an rv park. one man heard the cows brushing up against his building and he thought it was someone trying to break in. >> my grandson came out and said it was cows out here. i said what? >> >> the cows' owner said the cows had been on the way to
central california from or no, sir a trailer. the driver of the truck decided to take a nap and pulled off on the side of the road. today at 9:00, the other side of the fight for 15. what employers are saying about the threat of technology. and living with a disease most people expected you to die from. >> i'm not sure that i want it back. what the president of the university of san francisco weighs in on sanctuary schools and protecting students. tudents. so in the commercial break, this is what you missed. we were talking about the story out of tennessee where these metal plant workers together won $420 million. right. we split it up. that would be like 21 million each. >> not bad. >> mike was giving me grief because i said i would keep working. you guys would -- >> working here. >> yeah. >> if you work in a factory. >> we work